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  1. The definitive (tsantee) reply to: Picture Size Shrinks - Started by JazzMessenger , Mar 30 2013 09:29 AM seems to indicate E-V-To-D-for-Mac (1.0.5) ALWAYS captures at 4:3 aspect ratio when set at "High" resolution. This works GREAT for old movies captured from a DVR, but many personally-recorded videos were recorded at the widescreen (16:9) aspect ratio. Based upon the response to the earlier question, I am guessing that using the "Medium" setting during E-V-To-D-for-Mac recording will avoid the "4:3 Prison" for recordings that were originally recorded in Widescreen (i.e., at 16:9.) Am I living in a Fool's Paradise, or what? (P.S. The ROXIO documentation offers NOTHING useful about this topic I am Very Grateful for the comments of tsantee on this thread...) Me - using E-V-To-D-for-Mac (1.0.5) to capture video on: Apple MacBook Pro "Core 2 Duo" 2.4 13" Mid-2010 (MC374LL/A - MacBookPro7,1 - A1278) running Mac OSX 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) --- and all video editing done on: Apple Mac mini "Core i7" 2.3 (Late 2012) (MD388LL/A - Macmini6,2 - A1347 - 2570) running Mac OSX 10.9.5 (Mavericks) (Note: This configuration has experienced No Other Problems while transferring many videos, other than the obnoxious Black Bars on either end of the widescreen videos...) Cordially, -Gary
  2. sringsmuth

    Question About Burning A Widescreen Dvd

    I've got some widescreen Quicktime movies I'm trying to burn as standard video DVD discs, but no matter how I have my Toast settings configured they don't burn properly. The Quicktime movies are 629*274, but when Toast burns them the resulting DVDs are encoded at 352*480. They look awful, too. Am I overlooking something? How do I get Toast to simply burn a widescreen DVD? Thank you!